For Maryland Governor, Reelection Is Uncertain

Virginia Biggar reports on the election campaign for Governor of Maryland. The incumbent Democrat Parris Glendening, is expected to face a close challenge from the same Republican who almost defeated him last time, long-time state legislator Ellen Sauerbray. Analysts say that Glendening's reelection should be a sure thing, but he's considered vulnerable because of questions about his credibility and integrity.

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